CAF suspends referees over Anas’ Number #12 sting job
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has provisionally suspended 10 Ghanaian referees while handing down various punitive bans on 11 others, including a life sentence on celebrated Kenyan assistant referee Aden Marwa Range from all football activities
sanctions were handed on Saturday by CAF’s Disciplinary Board and are in connection with the latest undercover works of investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas into football corruption.
Ghanaian referees Reginald , Bello Aboudou, Eric , Cecil Fleischer, Nathan Anafo, Ouedraogo Dawood, Salifu Malik, Theresa Akongyam, Badiu Ibrahim and David Laryea, along with Liberian Yekeh Jerry have been suspended provisionally pending their appearance before CAF’s Disciplinary Board on August 5, 2018.
Four Ivorian officials, a Togolese, Nigerien, Mauritanian, Malian, Gambian and a Burkinabe were all handed varying bans, beside the life sentence imposed on the Kenyan.
Below is the list of those sanctioned and their respective sanctions.